In Visual studio.net 2008 or Visual Studio.net 2010 professional versions using the C#.net language, is there a way to compare one version of C#.net code next to a newer version of C#.net code? Basically I want to see the differnces of 'new' C#.net code
that was added to the 'old' c#.net code. My company does not have team server foundation. if this is possible, can you tell me how to use Visual studio.net 2008 or 2010 professional version for C#.net to accomplish this task?
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May i use the collapse and expand feature (like tree menu) at Report iam using the Report viewer Control for displaying the Report on my Asp.net Page .
I have number records and each record have detail as i clicked or expand the record then details will be shown is it possible with report viewer control If any one have experince before please share the ideas.
Kenny Kerr sings the praises of the new Visual C++ 2008 Feature Pack, which brings modern conveniences to Visual C++.
MSDN Magazine May 2008
This month Paul DiLascia codes some Microsoft Office-style dialog box features.
MSDN Magazine August 2006
C++ attributes in Visual Studio .NET are used to generate C++ code through attribute providers. Attribute providers generate code for COM classes, and the code is injected by the C++ compiler at compile time. This has the effect of reducing the amount of code that you need to write. In addition, with C++ attributes you no longer need to maintain separate IDL and RGS files, which makes project management simpler. This article explains C++ attributes, the process used by the attribute provider to generate code, and the code that is automatically generated. It also covers how attributes affect the registration process, how attributes can be used to generate code module entry points, and how connection points can be implemented using C++ attributes. Also explained is how these features contribute to the Unified Event Model for the .NET platform.
MSDN Magazine April 2001
We are trying to replicate a feature in sharepoint search that the Google Search Appliance has called "Keyword Match". You choose a keyword or phrase and map it to a url. When a user searches with that keyword or phrase the result link that
you've matched it to comes up first in the list of results. I'm trying to find a similar feature like this in Sharepoint OOTB search web parts. Can you advise? Thank you!
Mark De Souza
Overview – We are building a Mobile Web Site using SharePoint 2007. The big screen site has been already built and we need to integrate the
mobile site into same site collection of big screen –
The Mobile site will use the existing content types of existing big screen site
We will build a new custom Master page
I am trying to deploy two custom list definitions using only one single feature. Below are the details of my issue.
When I deploy my solution in this configuration, the second list definition gets the first custom content type applied to it and the list schema from the first list definition is also applied to the second list definition.
What makes this more interesting, when I seperate both of the list definitions under two seperate features it all works fine. Custom content types and list schemas get applied correctly.
Can anyone tell me why I can not deploy both list definitions under one single feature?
If you need me to post any of the origional code or XML to this post please let me know.
I have defined feature with event receivers for my document library and for users List .
I try to activate my feature in onet.xml in section <WebFeatures>. After provisioning a new site from onet.xml all work fine and my feature is shown as activated, but event receivers doesn't fire. It fires only after reactivating my feature (deactivate,
then activate it again). But I need my feature works immediately after site provisioning without deactivating and activating it again. Who knows how to solve this problem?
part of ONET.xml
<!-- TeamCollab Feature -->
<!-- MobilityRedirect -->
<!--My EventReceivers Feature-->
<Feature ID ="41178843-A6A4-47c7-9EF9-B8A432E02B88"></Feature>
HI, i got following error when trying to open the custom toolpane that have option to load the sharepoint document library in the page. When i open the open toolpane following error shows:
Feature '1511a6c7-4e7f-449a-949d-2e3099560c97' for list template '101' is not installed in this farm.ÃÂ The operation could not be completed.
ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ Any help will be highly appriciated..
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I really like the added options to Deploy, Package, and Retract Solutions added to the context menu of your solution.ÃÂ These all seemed to work really well.ÃÂ I was able to create a quick Hello World web part and deploy it.ÃÂ I activated it manually and was able to view it immediately.ÃÂ One thing, I am very appreciative of is the ability to choose between a Full Trust or Partial Trust web part when you create the project.ÃÂ You still have to specify the Code Access Security settings yourself, but at least it is possible now.ÃÂ I am also a fan of the new options to quickÃÂ deploy directly to the bin folder and 12 hive.
As a SharePoint developer, I put a lot of files into solution packages.ÃÂ Pages, XML files, Master Pages, Site Template Definitions, you name it.ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ I want to be able to put these files in my wsp.ÃÂ I as